The executive Governor of Abia State, Gov Okezie Ikpeazu, has suggested ways in which the President of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari can use to quench the fire of disenchantment in the country. Recall that the country has been going through trying times due to the incessant activities of Fulani Herdsmen, Boko Haram insurgency, Bandits, and several agitation groups.
The Nigerian government is trying its best to bring down all criminals in any form across the country. It has been fighting with Boko Haram and bandits disrupting the peace of northern Nigeria. It has also succeeded in arresting and detaining Nnamdi Kanu who was the leader of the IPOB group, a group agitating for a new nation called Biafra.
Opinion: Why The Army Should Stop Announcing It When Boko Haram Members Surrender To Nigerian Troops
The war against insecurity in Nigeria has been a very challenging task for the Nigerian military in the past decade. The resilience of the Boko Haram insurgents in the North-East has established an atmosphere of fear among the population in that region. BBC reported that the activities of the Boko Haram terrorists in the North-East have led to the death of about 350,000 people.
Following the recent happenings in the Northern part of Nigeria, especially the ravaging cases of insecurity caused by bandits, kidnappers, killer Fulani herdsmen, the dreaded Boko Haram terrorist group and other criminals that have become a plague, the Zamfara State Governor, Mohammed Bello Matawalle, on Sunday, reacted to the development.
According to a report which went viral, the Nigerian government received the first batch of A-29 Super Tucano aircraft. The 6 fighter jets reportedly landed in Kano State yesterday. President Muhammadu Buhari's aide, Garba Shehu had earlier disclosed that six fighter jets would arrive in Nigeria from the US this month.
Boko Haram and bandits are responsible for the deaths of many Nigerians. Apart from killing people, they also specialise in kidnappings. Even though these two groups share some things in common, they are different. In this article, we'll be looking at two things that differentiate bandits from Boko Haram.
Boko Haram has caused the deaths of many combatants and civilians in the Northern part of Nigeria. (Photo used for illustration only. Photo credit | google) On a quest to completely cripple the activities of terrorists in Nigeria, the government purchased an A-29 Super Tucano aircraft, the first batch of the jet arrived in Nigeria on the 22nd of July 2021.
Terrible incident as Six soldiers were killed by Boko Haram terrorists in the town of Sagmé in Cameroon's Far North Province on Saturday, according to local authorities. https://twitter.com/NaijaNews/status/1419319148237180931?s=19 However, Boko Haram insurgents are said to have attacked a military base, killing four troops and wounded four more, according to reports.
The Nigeria Air Force (NAF) authorities on Monday this week disclosed that armed bandits operating between the boundaries of Kaduna and Zamfara states brought down its Alfa Jet Fighter in a barrage of gunfire. Fortunately, the NAF authorities added, the pilot of the ill-fated aircraft, Flight Lieutenant Abayomi Dairo, survived the attack after he ejected from the plane and managed to evade his attackers, who were determined to capture him.
The Special Adviser to the Governor of Edo State, Jack Obinyan, has taken to his verified Facebook page to react to the arrival of the first batch of the Nigerian Air Force Super Tucanos that arrived in Nigeria yesterday at the military base in Kaduna. The report had it that the Muhammadu Buhari Administration had on April 2018 placed an order for 12 Super Tucanos from the U.S. to help fight against the growing rate of insecurity in the Northeast and the other parts of the country.
Presently the Boko Haram insurgents are the only terrorists officially recognized by the federal government of Nigeria. This is because only they used to reign supreme as they gleefully wrecked havocs on their fellow human lives, as well as barbarically destroyed both public and private property. In one of his videos, the now allegedly dead chief terrorist, Abubakar Shekau, once relished that he enjoyed killing people just like slaughtering chickens and Rams.
Boko Haram insurgency has been ongoing since 2009, a total of 12 years. It is a soothing thought for Nigerians that the worst days of Boko Haram are seemingly behind us but here are 12 things about Boko Haram you may not have considered before. Firstly, Boko Haram did not start in 2009.
The level of Insecurity in Nigeria is very high, and it has greatly affected the economy of the nation. Many terrorist organisations like Boko Haram, ISWAP, and many others have caused the deaths of thousands of combatants and civilians. On a quest to completely cripple the activities of terrorists in the country, Nigeria's government have acquired two kinds of deadly weapons that could cause great harm when combined.
A military base in Cameroon was attacked by Boko Haram aggressors on Saturday, killing somewhere around seven fighters and injuring a few others. The Boko Haram assailants hit the base in Sagme region of the locale around 4am on Saturday. One of the fighters said "The assailant, very much furnished, in military disguise showed up in a guard of six vehicles".
Boko Haram terrorists attack an army base in Cameroon’s Far North region on Saturday, killing seven soldiers and injuring several others, reported by the military and a local correspondent. They raid the base in Sagme locality of the region by 4.00 a.m. Saturday, two soldiers and a regional resident notified Xinhua.
As the Nigerian military continues in its effort to end insurgency in Nigeria, many Nigerians have continued to support them from the background. They have continued to encourage and cheer those fighting Boko Haram, Bandits, and unknown gunmen up. In our today's political report, we will be discussing what Joe Igbokwe said after the A-29 Super Tucano aircraft was safely delivered to the Nigerian military from the USA.
Nigeria has been plagued by a wide range of security-related crises, from kidnappings for ransom to the activities of rebels and criminal activities that plague the entire country. When President Muhammadu Buhari was elected in 2015, he promised to protect the lives of Nigerians from the activities of insurgents and miscreants.
Good news has reached Nigeria as the first of its kind was delivered to the Nigerian Air Force today. The six A-29 super Tucano was delivered to Kano and it was announced by the NAF headquarters which is in Abuja. Making the announcement, Edward Gabkwet made the delivery known today.
More trouble loads for Bandits and Boko Haram terrorists as Nigeria Air Force acquires first batch of A-29 Super Tucano. According to reports, the Tucano aircrafts arrived in Kano state today, July 22, 2021 at about 12:34 pm. The NAF Director of Public Relations and Information, Air Commodore Edward Gabkwet, in a statement confirmed the arrival of the fighter jets.
Nigerian businesswoman, activist, and co-convener of Bring Back Our Girls Protest, Aisha Yesufu has gone online this Thursday afternoon to react after her red wristbands for the missing Chibok girls got broken. Photo: Aisha Somtochukwu Yesufu If you recall, In April 2014, members of the jihadist group Boko Haram ambushed an all-girls boarding school in Chibok in the middle of the night and kidnapped 276 students before vanishing into the forest.